Fashionably Feathered…

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These Fashionably Feathered Friends are just too cute!

Tip of the Day for Bloggers/Photographers:

A Point and Shoot Camera is STILL a Camera!!

You can still get some amazing shots with a point and shoot.

Case in point…these images were shot with a point and shoot with a zoom lens.

The rainy season is now upon us and I didn’t want to take the chance for the expensive equipment to get wet.
So what is a girl to do…bring her point and shoot right?!

Remember YOU are the one creating the photo…NOT the camera.

Hope you are having a great week!

P.S.  We are going to see Little Man in a few weeks! So you know who will be showing up here…very soon♥
Laurie
XXOO

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68 thoughts on “Fashionably Feathered…

  1. Pingback: Be The Reason… | Pride in Photos

  2. Beautiful post! I admire your photographic knowledge, and than you for sharing! I almost miss it, your recent two posts did not come through my reader…

  3. Well said Laurie! Your photos are gorgeous and so crisp… even the best (most expensive) cameras couldn’t turn out photos like that without the passion and commitment (and talent) of the photographer behind the lens 🙂

  4. “There’s no crime on shooting on auto”, said the professional I took a photography course with. Many of my favourite compositions are just simply the Point of View chosen by the person behind the camera. Are your feathered friends intently waiting on a treat?

  5. I love this both in image and in reminder of using skill and knowledge to get the best image possible with what you have!

  6. Too true … I don’t have an SLR (yet)! My friend TIm is always saying “it’s the eye, not the camera”. Nice pics!!!! Love the last one … looks like they’re having a find convo and a good laugh!

  7. Great shots Laurie. I am researching another camera and although I would like to get a DSLR, I’m not sure it is for me as we do so much hiking and having that much equipment with me to tote around does not seem to make sense. I have been looking at bridge cameras and micro 4/3 cameras. Since I do not intend to be a professional, I’m not sure investing in a DSLR makes sense. Any thoughts from a pro?

  8. They look like they are singing in a chorus line 🙂 Super shots Laurie !
    Oh I do bet you are excited re ….. Little Man visit … 🙂

  9. What great photos! Your feathered friends posed SO nicely for you. Aren’t we lucky to be surrounded by such magnificient wildlife here in southwest FLA!

  10. I agree!! Most of my photos is with my point&shoot camera (only because it is much easier to carry around!!!)… I won’t be able to cope without it!!! I use my DSLR on rare occasions (because of the bulkiness of it!!) 🙂 **

  11. Gah, that’s a point and shoot?!?!??! My camera broke while we were on vacation and I had to buy a cheapo point and shoot with disposable batteries. I’ve been whining. Your post makes me not want to whine. 🙂 Beautiful pictures!

  12. Great shots Laurie, I love the close-ups of these guys. I have a point and shoot and can’t figure out why my close-ups aren’t as focused and clear – these are wonderful!

  13. From all of the ‘very’ amateur photographers who love to take photos but have a point and shoot digital camera as equipment, I thank you for the support. I love your wonderfully written posts, beautiful photos, and your tips for all of us struggling to be better photographers. My pulse quickens when I see your post in my email. Thank you for taking time from your busy day to give us tips to improve our skills. 🙂

  14. Wow! These are amazing shots Laurie and yes, I totally agree with you. The camera you have with you are the best and it doesn’t matter if it’s a point and shoot, cellphone, iPhone, etc. It is the one that takes the photo that creates it. Lovely post and these birds are just absolutely adorable!!!! Thanks for sharing. 😀 *hugs*

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